Brazil’s volleyball federation announced that it plans to attend all six age group world championships in the coming year.
The CBV, which governs volleyball within the nation of Brazil, made the announcement along with its official roster for the World League in July. Men’s national team coach Renan dal Zotto made the announcement of the team roster, which includes 10 of 12 Olympic champions
CBV volleyball director Radames Lattari mentioned that Brazil would be competing in all six age group world championships, noting that the men’s U21 qualifier was the only “necessary” tournament, but that Brazil would compete in all three. You can read his full comments (in their original Portuguese) on the CBV website by following this link.
Lattari talked about Brazil’s three major international commitments within volleyball for the year 2017: the World League, the South American Championship and the Champions League.